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Nursing Instructor M.S. in Nursing Education, University of Wyoming (2009) B.S. in Nursing, University of Alberta (1996)
Nancy Hooge has been a registered nurse since graduating in 1989 from a diploma in nursing program from the Red Deer College. She worked in a large urban hospital in the areas of medical, surgical and emergency departments. She has served as a nursing educator for acute care areas and in emergency departments. In 1998 she became the acute care nursing educator for 3 rural facilities in central/southern Alberta. She assumed the role of lead educator for the health region until leaving to pursue the clinical nurse educator position in Sheridan, Wyoming in the summer of 2004. While at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Nancy built a strong department for nursing education highlighted by a partnership with Sheridan College’s Nursing Department, to create the Wyoming Simulation Center, which opened its doors in 2009. She was the first recipient of the University of Wyoming’s Carol Macnee Scholarship award for excellence in Scholarship/Research. She joined the nursing faculty at Sheridan College in January of 2016.